how is this possible? our supervisor candidates in district 7, lacking political courage, are they afraid to challenge the status quo? are they seduced by the very money that makes them consider front runners? those in district 5, from the influence, are able to concentrate only on the hardship of more traffic on 19th avenue. and the citizens united case, we have learned that large sums of money are a hindrance to democracy. why is it that we do not make the same comparison with the race for supervisor? instead, the newspapers consider the well funded candidates to be the most electable, not the most influenced by money. if money buys influence, don't we want candidates that are free thinkerses? one more time, i ask you to look at your choice for supervisor. are you going to pick a free-thinking candidate for supervisor for district 7? are you going to vote for glenn rodgers? thank you.